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Canadian Butter Tarts

My brother in law loves Canadian Butter Tarts. His family is Canadian and he grew up with his mom making these butter tarts. It created many fond memories for him. So on my last visit to see them my sister and I took to the kitchen to give him a new Butter Tart memory and oh yeah, the tart itself.
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Ricotta Tart With Lemon Poppy Crust

  Yay!! It is almost Springtime – flowers popping up, birds singing, warmer days!! This is a delightful spring time tart that is not too sweet, yet very subtle in flavor. It has a wonderful creamy textured filling that is much lighter than a cheesecake. We think the bonus to this tart is its lovely crust – and a higher
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Passover Pan-Baked Lemon-Almond Tart

This is the perfect quick breakfast treat during Passover. Flourless and lovely. It’s fresh lemon and toasted almonds wonderfully compliment each other in a light and delicious way. You won’t even miss your morning muffin or danish when you try this! Happy Passover. Passover Pan-Baked Lemon-Almond Tart     Ingredients   4 eggs 1/2 cup sugar Pinch of salt 1/2
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Butternut Squash-Cointreau Tart with Pomegranate and Orange Blossom Honey Syrup

Here we are in the middle of Fall. How can there be so many pumpkins, like everywhere? ¬†And in almost every fall desert. I have to admit, I’m sick of pumpkins – really am. So you need a fall desert and you want something a bit different but still kind of pumpkiny. We got it! In all fairness, butternut squash
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Carrot-Buttermilk Tart

The color of this tart is outrageous, which is what first attracted us to this recipe. It also happens to be silky, smooth and unbelievably light – which makes us think that it would be the perfect desert after a heavy dinner or say…..Thanksgiving. You all know we all eat way too much at Thanksgiving but still have to (yes,
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